Community bounty for BCH withdrawal tool
September 30, 2017
Some community members have verbally offered a bounty of USD $250 for a procedure that can be used to withdraw Glacier-stored coins from the BCH fork. Contact [email protected] to discuss directly with funders, or to offer more funds for the bounty.
Any bounty-related arrangements are strictly private agreements between the funders and bounty claimers. The Glacier maintainers have no role in ensuring bounty payment or the quality or security of any offered procedures.
Note: The release notes below (and the release notes in the document-only releases) are provided for convenient, non-security-critical reference only. They are not secured with signed checksums, and therefore are not canonical. The canonical release notes are in the document appendices within the full Glacier releases, linked above.
If you are referencing release notes as directed by Glacier protocol itself, you should refer to the canonical notes in the protocol document itself rather than the notes here. The appropriate steps are listed in the protocol.
Version 0.91: July 27, 2017Upgrade Guidance
v0.91 includes workarounds for some withdrawal errors encountered in v0.90. If you encounter errors withdrawing in v0.90, you should upgrade to v0.91. You'll need to recreate your Quarantined App USBs with v0.91.
v0.91 has no security improvements. Funds stored with earlier Deposit Protocols are perfectly secure.Detailed Changes